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Combinations - Benadryl and Opiates

Discussion in 'Opiates & Opioids' started by ohanessian2010, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. ohanessian2010

    ohanessian2010 Newbie

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    Ok so any benadryl user knows that its a SHITTTY ass feeling, but the hallucination in SWIMS opinion is so worth it. So SWIM was wondering if its a good idea to use opiates to make the benadryl a lil more tolerable?
     
  2. SmaLLtown

    SmaLLtown Silver Member

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    Swim has been experimenting, mixing prometh/codeine cough syrup with liquid benadryl. It seems to have a synergistic effect. Swim has gone as high as 4oz prometh/codeine mixed with 4oz liq benadryl before and enjoyed the "effects". Swim must say that he can feel small respitorary depression though(very faint tightness in chest). Next time swim will lower the dosage a bit.
     
  3. ohanessian2010

    ohanessian2010 Newbie

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    Yes that's all fine and dandy but did Swiy see the hallucinatory effects of benadryl even with the codeine?
     
  4. Metawaii

    Metawaii Silver Member

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    swim has never used any antihistamine for hallucination induction. BUT swim has taken 10 50mg gravols over the period of a night just to maintain a nice relaxed feeling... I know what swiy means when you say "the bad feeling" part of antihistamines and it CAN NOT BE HELPED. Pay for the ticket, take the ride.

    probably not good.
     
  5. RoboCodeine7610

    RoboCodeine7610 Silver Member

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    Swim has used benadryl in doses of up to 400mg before and knows the feeling is horrible.But the feeling is mostly caused by heart pulse irregularities and high blood pressure which can best be fixed with ~10mg diazepam or equivalent benzo.

    Plus, that way you'll GREATLY reduce the risk of a seizure.
     
  6. SmaLLtown

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    Unfortunately, No. I experienced an enhanced "lean" so to speak.